Zonin Prestige 1821
Prosecco (pronounce Proh-sehk-koh) takes its name from a quaint hillside town near Trieste, in Friuli Venezia Giulia.
Prosecco Superiore Conegliano Valdobbiadene DOCG
Glera is the most popular vine in the district of Treviso, especially in Valdobbiadene and Conegliano, where it is the most widely planted variety. Prosecco grapes yield excellent still as well as sparkling wines.
TYPE OF SOIL
Predominantly hilly of morainic origin.
The most common form of cultivation is Syl- voz and Guyot. The number of vines per hec- tare is from 3500 to 4000.
White vinification. First fermentation occurs inside steel vats at controlled temperature, where selected yeasts are added. The wine becomes bubbly inside low-temperature pressure tanks.
Pale straw yellow with greenish highlights.
Intensely fruity especially with notes of green apple, lemons and grapefruits. It has a pro- nounced aroma of wisteria in bloom, acacia and elder flowers.
It has a pleasantly acid, fresh flavour. Full- bodied, it has a pleasant and harmonius taste characteristic.
It is an excellent companion to hors d’o- euvres, as well as a commendable choice for any occasion.
41°F - 45°F